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Meteorological office gave glimpse of rain in winter

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Meteorological office has given glimpse of rain in winter. According to the Meteorological Office, there will be light to moderate rain in different districts of the country from next Wednesday to Friday.

Abdur Rahman, a meteorologist of the Meteorological Office, told Independent Television that there will be light to moderate rain in different districts of the country from next Wednesday to Friday. At this time the sky will be cloudy. At least 40 districts, including Jessore, Kushtia, Khulna, Pabna, among the districts of the western and south-western regions of the country may receive relatively high rainfall.

Meanwhile, meteorologist Abdur Rahman said that there is no cold current anywhere in the country except Srimangal in Sylhet. He said, currently there is no cold current anywhere else in the country except Srimangal. The current temperature in Srimangal is 9.7 degrees Celsius. And the current temperature in Dhaka is 13.8 degrees Celsius.

Meanwhile, even though there is no cold current, people’s life has been disturbed in different districts of the country in winter. After 11 consecutive days, the fog has reduced a little, but the coldness of Konkan with the cold wind has not reduced in the northern district of Thakurgaon. People’s life has been disrupted due to severe winter. The agriculture department has recorded the minimum temperature of 10 degrees Celsius in the district in the last 24 hours at 6 am today.

Due to the cold wind with dense fog, winter is lingering in Kurigram. The face of the sun was not seen for 9 consecutive days. Due to the lack of necessary winter clothes, children and the elderly are suffering from various diseases. There has been stagnation in agricultural work. There is fear of fungal attack in potato fields.

Subal Chandra, officer-in-charge of the Rajarhat Agricultural Meteorological Observatory of Kurigram, said that the minimum temperature was recorded at 12.8 degrees Celsius at 6 am on Tuesday.

The minimum temperature was recorded in Rangpur on Tuesday morning at 12 degrees Celsius. The sun has not been seen in this region for 5 days. As a result, working people with low income have suffered. Due to the cold, the number of cold patients in hospitals is increasing. Besides, two people who came from different districts of the division died in the burn unit of Rangpur Medical College Hospital in the last 10 days due to fire in severe winter. 20 patients under treatment for burns.

Meanwhile, Chuadanga Meteorological Office observer Rakibul Hasan said that the minimum temperature of Chuadanga was recorded at 6 o’clock on Tuesday morning at 12.8 degrees Celsius.



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